Check out these 21 podcasts for personal and professional growth


With 2018 coming to a close, many of us will start looking for sources of motivation to reset, recharge and come at the New Year with a fresh perspective — especially when it comes to the workplace. As exciting as the end of the year might be, it’s easy to feel burnt out. Self-care has a tendency to fall on the backburner and we begin to push the task of tackling professional goals and resolutions to the New Year. Before you know it, 2019 will be upon us, so if you’re an entrepreneur or working professional who’s looking to make some changes, now might be the time to start working on your goals for the year ahead.

There’s no shortage of books, blogs, and articles when it comes to motivation and professional development, but sometimes it’s best to give your eyes a rest and turn to new sources of inspiration — podcasts. These audio shows have become incredibly popular over the past few years, replacing playlists and radio static that we’ve long listened to during the work commute — we’re ever grateful for this. Not to mention, that they’re hosted by some of today’s most incredible thought leaders.

UPDATE (11/15/2018 08:05 A.M. ET): Please note that The Art of Charm is no longer hosted by Jordan Harbinger. Jordan can now be found hosting his own podcast named, The Jordan Harbinger Show.

It seems like podcasts are popping up daily. If you look on iTunes, Spotify, or Stitcher, there are hundreds of thousands of shows to choose from, so narrowing them down to ones that fit your preference can be a challenge in itself. With that in mind, we’d like to introduce you to this collection of inspirational podcasts specifically geared for personal and professional growth. These selections make for an easy listen during holiday traffic or during your drive to work to help motivate you as we turn the chapter into 2019.

Take a look below at some of the top recommended professional development podcasts like Tribe of Mentors, The Art of Charm and Beyond The To-Do List.

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Last Updated on February 3, 2021.


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